Barnes, Fred
June 1991
New Republic;6/3/91, Vol. 204 Issue 22, p12
Comments on United States Republican President George Bush's budget strategy. Agreement between Democrats about restrictions that keep them from launching serious policy alternatives to that of President Bush's domestic policy; Feud between the White House and House Republican Whip Newt Gingrich, who opposed the deal; Chances for Democrats to give momentum and visibility to a domestic issue and improve their political appeal; Possibility for Democrats to get money to fund their programs.


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